Food allergy yeast infection

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Avatar f tn Hello~I know you said you have seen many doctors, but, have you seen a dermatologist or an allergist? I am thinking you may have some type of chemical or even food allergy. You may also have an intestinal yeast issue called "Candida" due to all the antibiotics and steroids. Here is a link to what it is: I would start taking a high potency probiotic to put friendly bacteria back in your gut.
5769293 tn?1373926011 The yeast infection could be due to an allergy. My dogs allergic to yeast and gets the infection. Does it have a foul odor? I would seek vet advice..
Avatar f tn Did they prescibe an antifugal ear drop? Clotrimazole is good for really subborn yeast. Sounds like it can be all secondary to allergies though. Food allergies usually rear their ugly heads in pups under 1 year. You might try a food elimination diet. try a limited protein like natures recipe vegetarian or venison. This is the hard part no treat or anything but the food for at least 10 weeks to see if really helps.
Avatar n tn It could be simple yeast infection or a reaction to Victoria Secret's bras. People are reporting severe reactions to the formaldehyde.
Avatar n tn It turned out to be caused by an allergy to sugar. Now I do not eat any type of sweet food nor fruit and I feel better, but as soon as I have something that contains sugar I start getting sore throat and sinusites. If I have a full slice of cake I start getting alll the symptoms of fever but no high temperature. My bone, my muscles and joints ache and of course I develope sinusites as well.
Avatar m tn It is very unlikely that food allergy or yeast overgrowth is the cause of your symptoms. Also it’s very unlikely that further diagnostic studies will reveal a cause. I assume that your neurologist is an expert on the causes of headache "chronic pressure around eyes and forehead" and has ruled out migraine variants and other types of headaches.
Avatar m tn Primary problems include mites, such as scabies and demodex, flea allergy dermatitis, food allergy dermatitis, ringworm, atopy (environmental allergies), and others. If your dog becomes itchy from one or more of the above and scratches and bites the areas, bacteria and moisture (from his mouth) are introduced into those areas. The bacteria causes a secondary pyoderma (bacterial skin infection), and the moisture sets up the right environment for a yeast pyoderma (yeast skin infection).
205269 tn?1395534274 I have had episodes with Candida, it is no fun. Actually, it is a type of "yeast infection" that affects mainly the GI tract, but, it can have miserable reactions in the entire body. Some of the things that can bring it on are: long term antibiotic use, this takes all the "friendly" bacteria out of your system, long time use of being on the "pill". and a weakened immune system.
Avatar f tn Both flea allergy and food allergy can cause itching and secondary bacterial skin infections, and your veterinarian can evaluate your dog to see if antibiotics are indicated. It only takes one flea to cause a reaction, so be sure to continue to use the Frontline Plus on her and any other pets every month.
Avatar m tn About 6 weeks ago my girlfriend had a yeast infection which I also contracted off her, we both had it in the genital regions. We went to the doctors and were issued a cream to use. A few days later my tongue started going white and I had bad breath - oral yeast infection? So I have been taking Inner Health Plus (an probiotic supplement) and eating natural yoghurt daily. Over the past week I haven't had any yoghurt or probiotics. Now my tongue is whitish again.
Avatar n tn bebo makes a great point: food allergies are often the root cause of chronic yeast overgrowth problems. You could also try probiotic digestive enzymes either from the pet store or the human herbal aisle at the grocery store. Acidopholus is a great first-line defense against yeast of any kind in the body, and is the same helpful ingredient found in active cultured yogurt like DanActive. Another great topical remedy to try with the feet is Dermachlor Flush Plus.
Avatar f tn re prone to this, you can either request a different antibiotic (one that is less likely to cause this) or ask your doctor if there is something he/she can give you along with the antibiotic to reduce the likelihood of getting a yeast infection.
Avatar n tn The most common reasons for itchy skin in dogs include skin infections, microscopic skin parasites such as scabies mites, food allergy, or pollen/dust allergies. Since scabies mites are difficult to find, I trial treat dogs for scabies with Revolution every 2 weeks for 3 treatments. If skin infection is present, it is treated with antibiotics for 3-4 weeks and mild antibacterial shampoos.
Avatar f tn A diet change will not eliminate skin infection, only prevent it from recurring if food allergy is underlying the cause. It will not harm your other dog to eat the prescription food.
Avatar m tn At that point I went and seen an allergy doctor to see if it was a food I was eating. A few foods showed medium allergy results, but nothing severe. I stopped eating those foods and the constipation got worse and so did my mental health. I am now going to see an Infectious disease specialist hoping they can help find what is wrong. I still have a bunch of food allergies and severe constipation. The only thing that helps is stool softeners, but that seems to be slowly not working.
Avatar n tn It might not be a food allergy. It can be an infection of the anogenital area. Try tab ofloxacin 200 mg twice daily and tablet ornidazole 500 mag twice daily for 5 days.
Avatar f tn I was diagnosed with a yeast allergy about 2 years ago. I do not get yeast infections, but whenever I eat something with a high amount of yeast, my throat itches and swells, and I get a horrible sinus headache that covers my whole face. I have been having recurrent UTI's recently and want to try drinking cranberry juice. Do cranberries have yeast, or would they be okay?
4413820 tn?1354210055 I read somewhere that this could be related to a yeast infection that she may be getting. Could anyone please suggest a plan of action and a different food brand as this is not working. I dont want to keep giving her the prednisone as i imagine it would be harmful for her to take for the long term. PLease Please Please Help!! Also, is the prednisone harmful for her in the long term.. Thanks for the help..
Avatar f tn It sounds like you have a food allergy that you are not addressing. Perhaps you are gluten intolerant. I would cut out all gluten containing foods for two weeks and see how you feel.
1100598 tn?1413127426 Hi my 5 year old ShihTzu is on a Grain free diet (Merrick Before Grain-Buffalo) and is regularly groomed. Last month she developed a yeast infection in her ear. I took her to the vet who put some medication in her ear and gave her an allergy shot. She said that it is due to allergies to something. It cost me $100 for that visit. This month she developed a yeast infection in the other ear.
Avatar f tn I was undiagnosed after slews of tests. By accident I discovered I had candidiasis (yeast/fungus infection). This causes allergic symptoms and and infestation with this pathogen is not at all uncommon. What is uncommon is diagnosing it. He can be tested for this. Candida feeds on sugars, starches, corticosteroids and antibiotics.
Avatar f tn Iron deficiency and Vit B6 or pyridoxine deficiency and Vit B12 deficiency may be associated with a cracked tongue. The other possibility is allergy to some food preservative or to propylene glycol which is found in some food items, drugs and cosmetics. Maybe your dental paste has it. Check this out.
Avatar f tn The antibiotics did nothing, but I think now I have a vaginal yeast infection from taking them. I am especially interested in the posts relating to "yeast" being the cause. I purposely fasted for the last 24 hrs. and was feeling about 80% better. I made a sandwich, ate a few potatoe chips, and 2 bites of a brownie with icing. Within 30 minutes I started feeling like in my mind...the bread and the sugar in the brownie might have had something to do with it.